We attended IEEE VIS 2014 held in Paris, France from Nov 8 to 15th, and Hyungsuk Choi, 2nd year MS student in our lab, gave his podium presentation. IEEE VIS is the top conference for Visualization and this is the first VIS paper co-authored by my students. Good job, HVCL!
Tran Minh Quan, 3rd year PhD student, attended IEEE Int’l Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) 2014 in Paris to present his work about fast wavelet transform on the GPU. This 21st ICIP has set several new records: 2820 valid submitted papers. 1219 accepted papers: 43% acceptance rate. 1674 participants. 7038 authors from 72 countries. 54 Area Chairs. Read More
Dr. Sunghyun Cho from Samsung Electronics visited our group and gave a talk about image deblurring.
We have a summer intern this summer: Juyoung Oh from UNIST (Undergraduate internship program) She will be working on the Vivaldi project during this summer. Welcome to HVCL!
Our lab is selected as an NVIDIA CUDA research center for the first time in Korea. We received a Tesla K40 GPU as a part of award, and are expecting further collaboration with NVIDIA for top-notch GPU research. UNIST CRC Summary: https://developer.nvidia.com/academia/centers/unist-cuda-research-center Recent Korean media coverage: http://www.etnews.com/20140807000211
Our Vivaldi paper has won 우수논문상 at Korea Computer Graphics Society conference 2014. Good job!
Our lab member, Tran Minh Quan, is awarded IEEE SPS Travel Grant for ICIP 2014. http://www.signalprocessingsociety.org/icip-travel-grant-form/ Congratulations Quan!
Recently, two papers from our lab have been accepted A fast mixed-band lifting wavelet transform on the GPU, Tran Minh Quan and Won-Ki Jeong, IEEE ICIP 2014 Vivaldi: A Domain-Specific Language for Volume Processing and Visualization on Distributed Heterogeneous Systems, Hyungsuk Choi, Woohyuk Choi, Tran Minh Quan, David Hildebrand, Hanspeter Pfister, Won-Ki Jeong, IEEE Visualization Read More
Prof. Sungkil Lee from Sungkyunkwan University visited our lab and gave a talk at ECE colloquium about his research on real-time optical effect rendering.
Taking a picture with our lab members on teacher’s day. What a great team! Thanks for the cake and chocolate too!